ChurchPulse Weekly Live- March 23, 2020

All Episodes

Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof is in the guest seat today as David Kinnaman flips the mic on him to talk about making space for rest and healthy rhythms for leaders. Carey talks about designing physical spaces for productivity, managing your energy to avoid burnout and fostering relationships after years in ministry.

Jim Sheppard & Julie Bullock

Jim Sheppard (Generis CEO) and Julie Bullock (Senior Generosity Strategist at Generis) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about generosity. They explore common barriers to giving, the root struggles pastors face around money and how to disciple your church towards generosity.

Rachel Cruze

Rachel Cruze (national best-selling author and financial expert at Ramsey Solutions) sits down with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss financial flourishing. Together, they talk about mistakes every generation makes around debt, practical ways for pastors to speak with Gen Z and Millennials about giving and how pastors can deal with financial pressures in their own lives.

Dr. Stephanie Shackelford

Dr. Stephanie Shackelford (senior Barna fellow and author) joins David Kinnaman to talk about vocational discipleship within the Church. Drawing from recent Barna research, she debunks the common myths Christians believe about finding happiness and explains why the conversation on vocation matters for both younger and older generations.

John Mark Comer (Part 2)

John Mark Comer returns to talk with David Kinnaman about the opportunities and challenges the Church is facing in the current cultural moment. In particular, he discusses a new form of church membership, dealing with people leaving the church and trends in prayer practices emerging from the pandemic. Part 2 of 2.

John Mark Comer (Part 1)

John Mark Comer (author and founding pastor of Bridgetown Church) sits down with David Kinnaman to discuss the three enemies of the soul, cultural trends he’s seeing in the next generation and the difficult expectations pastors face when leading through the pandemic.

Rebekah Lyons

Bestselling author and speaker, Rebekah Lyons, sits down with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about setting healthy rhythms amidst the pandemic. Together, they discuss how embodied practices (such as sleep and physical exercise) can help leaders address mental health challenges and pursue a more holistic state of well-being.

Rob Peabody & Derek Sanford

Rob Peabody (CEO of VOMO) and Derek Sanford (Lead Pastor of Grace Church in McKean, PA) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about activating volunteers digitally and in-person. In particular, they unpack how volunteer ministry can draw in younger generations and help churches discover their unique method for reaching their neighborhood.

Bill Willits & Libby Hempen

Bill Willits and Libby Hempen join Carey Nieuwhof to share about their experience leading small groups in a hybrid church context at North Point Ministries. Together, they discuss how to lead conversations amidst political tensions, generational trends in attendance through the pandemic and how shortened attention spans have shaped their curriculum choices.

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Jon Tyson (Pt 2)

Jon Tyson (Lead Pastor at Church of the City New York) returns to talk with Carey Nieuwhof & David Kinnaman about the possibilities of online evangelism, creating a culture of prayer and a new approach to discipleship. Part 2 of 2.

Visit Barna.com/IntentionalFather to pre-order The Intentional Father. Additionally, register for the free Intentional Father Summit with new Barna data and discussions with Jon Tyson and David Kinnaman about how to be an intentional father.

Jon Tyson (Pt 1)

Jon Tyson (Lead Pastor at Church of the City New York) joins Carey Nieuwhof & David Kinnaman to share his personal journey towards reimagining fatherhood, the challenges for pastors raising boys and how he is redefining biblical manhood. Part 1 of 2.

Visit Barna.com/IntentionalFather to pre-order The Intentional Father. Additionally, register for the free Intentional Father Summit with new Barna data and discussions with Jon Tyson and David Kinnaman.

Kara Powell

Dr. Kara Powell (Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute) and David Kinnaman discuss the importance of addressing insecurities as a leader, the challenges of social media for Gen Z and why church ministries need to stop giving answers to questions teens aren’t asking.

3 Big Questions That Change Every Teenager gives you an essential roadmap to the teenagers in your life. Visit 3BigQuestionsBook.com/ChurchPulse to download a free chapter, PLUS a special free gift: 40 Conversation Starters to Help You Better Connect With Teenagers.

Get latest reports on Gen Z at Barna.com/GenZ, or find more resources at Barna.com/Access.

Mark Matlock & David Kinnaman

Mark Matlock (founder of WisdomWorks and co-author of Faith for Exiles) and David Kinnaman sit down to discuss how the cultural landscape has changed since Faith for Exiles released two years ago. Together, they explore how the pandemic accelerated a narrative of hope, what’s changed in resilient discipleship since 2019 and the current state of youth ministry.

To find the most recent data on resilient disciples, check out Barna’s Gen Z Volume 2 report.

Watch Mark & David discuss more in their 5-part Video Series, Five Essential Conversations About Ministry to the Next Generation. Available today at barna.com/nextgen (extended cuts available for Barna Access Plus subscribers).

Jessica Bealer & Kellen Moore

Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman are joined by Jessica Bealer (Director of Family Ministry Services at Generis) and Kellen Moore (Next Gen Pastor at Our City Church) to share about trends emerging in children’s ministry, especially around topics of mental health, digital discipleship and moving beyond a Sunday-centric ministry model.
For more resources on children’s ministry and more, check out Barna.com/Access!

Shane Sanchez & Alison Leamon

Shane Sanchez (InsideOut Director at Gwinnett Church) and Alison Leamon (Next Gen Pastor at Preston Trail Community Church) join Carey and David to share about student and teen ministry. Together, they discuss which aspects of digital ministry have been most successful, strategies to increase parent engagement and how to use social media as a platform for ministry. Plus, David shares recent data on parents greatest concerns coming out of the pandemic.
For more resources on teenagers and student ministry, check out Barna.com/Access today!

Benjamin Windle

To kick off July’s focus on Next Gen, David Kinnaman (Barna President) sits down with Ben Windle to discuss what Millennials are looking for in the church, how to be a relational leader for younger generations and a new approach to recruiting volunteers. Plus, Carey and David discuss recent data on preaching and digital church engagement trends for Millennials.
Ben has a live webinar coming up here on July 7. He’s going to be offering 45 minutes of practical coaching on how to preach to Millennials and Gen Z, so you won’t want to miss out. To learn more and sign up today, go to BenjaminWindle.com and click the “Preaching Webinar” button at the top!

Jeff Henderson

Carey Nieuwhof and Joe Jensen (VP of Church Engagement, Barna) are joined by Jeff Henderson (President of The For Company and former Lead Pastor of Gwinnett Church) to talk about the reputation and brand of the Church and how pastors and leaders can have a positive and “for you” presence in a community and city.

Charlie Dates

Carey, David and Nicole Martin (Vice President of Church Engagement at American Bible Society) discuss some of the data from Barna’s new ‘Trends in the Black Church’ report. Following their discussion is an insightful conversation between Nicole and Pastor Charlie Dates (Pastor at Progressive Baptist Church in Chicago) about the pandemic’s impact on the faith journey of black Christians and the challenges and hopes that lie ahead for the black church in America.

Craig Springer

Craig Springer, Executive Director of Alpha USA and author of How to Revive Evangelism, joins Carey and David to talk about the current state of evangelism, how Covid has impacted the way people think about sharing their faith, and evangelism trends in the next generation.

Nona Jones

Nona Jones (pastor, author, Facebook executive and founder of Faith and Prejudice) joins Carey and David to talk about the progress made and not made with race in the U.S. one year after the murder of George Floyd. In this insightful interview, Nona shares commentary on recent Barna data on race and diversity, gives practical advice on how church leaders can better shepherd their churches towards awareness and change, and the importance of motive, approach, and prayer when leading in person and online.

Terry Wardle

Carey and David are joined by Dr. Terry Wardle to discuss the need for pastors and leaders to have healthy inner rhythms, to dig up and deal with un-grieved losses and commit to an awakened and abiding life in Jesus.
Connect with Terry Wardle on Facebook or at TerryWardle.com. His recent book, Some Kind of Crazy, can be found wherever books are sold.

Pete Scazzero

Pete Scazzero joins Carey and David to talk about his new book Emotionally Healthy Discipleship, the current state of pastors’ mental and emotional health and why it’s important that pastors foster emotional health in themselves and those they shepherd.

Follow Pete: EmotionallyHealthy.org

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Juli Wilson and Kayla Stoecklein

Juli Wilson and Kayla Stoecklein respond to data presented by Alyce Youngblood (Barna’s Vice President, Editorial) and discuss the life-changing impact of their husbands’ suicides and battles with mental health with Carey Nieuwhof.

Follow Kayla: Instagram (@kaylasteck),  Fear Gone Wild: A Story of Mental Illness, Suicide, and Hope Through Loss

Follow Juli: Instagram (@juliwilson), anthemofhope.org (mental health resources and live chat)

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Dr. Anita Phillips

Carey and Brooke are joined by Dr. Anita Phillips (pastor, speaker, trauma therapist, and host of the In The Light Podcast) to discuss the collective trauma that the pandemic has caused, the influence and impact that worldview has on discipleship and trauma response, and practical ways leaders can walk with people through their trauma, mental health issues, and grief.
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Sharon Hodde Miller

Sharon Hodde Miller (author, speaker and co-lead pastor at Bright City Church) joins Carey and Savannah to discuss preaching to digital audiences and what is gained and missed when you do, what its like to lead humbly and confidently as a female pastor, and the opportunities and challenges facing leaders of smaller churches.

Raymond Chang

Carey Nieuwhof and Brooke Hempell sit down with Pastor Raymond Chang (President and Co-founder of the Asian American Christian Collaborative) to discuss the history of Asian American racism and it’s impact on the current experience of Asian Americans across the country. Ray also gives practical advice on what church leaders can do to bring about healing and transformation when it comes to issues of racism and justice within the Church.

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Glenn Packiam and Andrew Hebert

Carey and David are joined by Glenn Packiam (Lead Pastor, New Life Church Downtown, Colorado Springs, CO) and Andrew Hebert (Lead Pastor, Paramount Baptist Church in Amarillo, TX) to talk about pastoral health, returning to in-person gatherings, and the challenges and opportunities of hybrid church ministry.

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Derwin Gray

Derwin Gray, Lead Pastor at Transformation Church in Charlotte, SC and author of the new book Building a Multiethnic Church, joins Carey Nieuwhof and Brooke Hempell to talk about the ongoing challenges of leading multiethnic churches and the need for pastors to go through their own journeys of transformation as they lead their congregations towards true diversity and real change.

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Tim Keller

Tim Keller joins Carey and David to talk about suffering, the complexity of leading through the pandemic, and his new book on the Resurrection (Hope in Times of Fear).

Rick Warren Part 2

In part 2, Carey and David sit down with Rick Warren to discuss the emotional impact that the pandemic has had on pastors, how to grieve in a healthy way as well as support others who are grieving.

Rick Warren Part 1

Rick Warren joins Carey and David to discuss how he’s led Saddleback through the pandemic, the political and racial divisions in our nation, and the opportunity for the Church to grow stronger in response to Covid. Part 1 of 2.

John Mark Comer

John Mark Comer joins Carey and Savannah to talk about the future of the Church, the importance of healthy pastoral rhythms, and how to respond to criticism in graceful and life-giving ways.

Dave Adamson

Dave Adamson joins Carey and Savannah to talk about the future of hybrid ministry and share practical advice on how church leaders can increase engagement and impact online.

Bryan Loritts

Carey Nieuwhof and Barna SVP of Research Brooke Hempell sit down with Bryan Loritts (author, speaker and teaching pastor at Summit Church) to talk about the experience of black people in America and how church leaders can disciple their people toward racial reconciliation and unity.

Jennie Allen

David Kinnaman sits down with Jennie Allen, president and founder of IF Gathering and author of ‘Get Out Of Your Head’, to discuss digital discipleship, the relationship between suffering and spiritual formation, and the challenges facing ministry to women, Gen Z and parents. Introduction by Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin.

David Kinnaman

Carey sits down with David for the first time in 2021 to talk about the importance of making space to grieve, how to lead through loss and how to support people well as they heal.

Jeanne Stevens

Jeanne Stevens, co-lead pastor of Soul City Church in Chicago, joins Carey and Savannah to talk about the importance of vision during times of crisis, overcoming personal hardships while leading and how to establish healthy relational boundaries in life and ministry.

Sam Collier Part 2

Sam Collier, lead pastor of Hillsong Atlanta, joins Carey and Savannah to talk more about what it’s been like planting a church during a pandemic as well as the importance of healthy boundaries and the ongoing process of racial reconciliation and healing. Part 2 of 2.

Sam Collier Part 1

Sam Collier joins Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin to talk about the challenging dynamics of planting Hillsong Atlanta during a pandemic. Part 1 of 2.

Rich Villodas Part 2

Rich Villodas joins Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin to talk about how pastors can provide better pastoral care for their people while investing in their own spiritual health as leaders. Part 2 of 2.

Rich Villodas Part 1

Rich Villodas joins Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin to talk about how pastors can provide better pastoral care for their people while investing in their own spiritual health as leaders. Part 1 of 2.

Vivan Mabuni

Carey and Savannah are joined by Vivian Mabuni (author, speaker and podcaster) to discuss the pandemic’s impact on women, women leaders and women ministries. Vivian offers great advice to church leaders on how they can engage and disciple the next generation of female leaders and congregants more effectively.

Craig Groeschel

Craig Groeschel, Lead Pastor of Life.Church, joins Carey to discuss how the events of 2020 have impacted the present and future of the Church in America.

Francis Chan Part 2

Francis Chan joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about his recent journey planting a house church in Hong Kong as the pandemic spread and why he believes 2020 is a defining and refining year for the Church.

Francis Chan Part 1

Francis Chan joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about his recent journey planting a house church in Hong Kong as the pandemic spread and why he believes 2020 is a defining and refining year for the Church.

Miles McPherson Part 2

Miles McPherson (Lead Pastor of Rock Church in San Diego) joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about race, diversity and the Church’s role in the conversation and solution.

Miles McPherson Part 1

Miles McPherson (Lead Pastor of Rock Church in San Diego) joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about discipleship, community outreach and church expansion in a Covid reality.

Mark Sayers Part 2

Mark Sayers joins Carey Nieuwhof to discuss the definition and role of networks and the impact they are having on how pastors and leaders navigate ministry, Covid and other chaotic cultural forces.

Mark Sayers Part 1

Carey Nieuwhof is joined by special guest co-host Mark Sayers for episodes 34 of ChurchPulse Weekly Live. In this week’s episode, Carey and Mark will discuss some of the 2020 meta trends that have impacted the Church and how those trends can positively impact the growth of churches moving into the future.

Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof hosts this episode of ChurchPulse Weekly and recaps some of the big themes from the first seven months of the podcast. Carey gives commentary as he shares clips from interviews with Mark Batterson, Dave Ferguson, Leslie Mack, Nona Jones, Haley Veturis, Andy Stanley, Albert Tate, Derwin Gray, Darren Scheske, Levi and Jennie Lusko, Pete Scazzero, Henry Cloud, Jon Tyson, Andy Crouch, and Mark Sayers.

Aaron McRae and Brian Wurzell

Aaron McRae (lead pastor) and Brian Wurzell (executive worship/creative pastor) of Hillside Church in Rancho Cucamonga, CA join Carey and David to discuss preaching and leading worship online, hybrid church realities and preparing for digital Christmas experiences. For research and resources on digital discipleship, online engagement, and hybrid church, subscribe to Barna Access Plus today. Go to barna.com/digitalchurch to find out more.

Alejandro Reyes and Haley Veturis

Alejandro Reyes (CEO of Digital Napkin and Executive Pastor at New Vintage Church) and Haley Veturis (Director of Digital Engagement at Bayside Church) join Carey and David to discuss online engagement, hybrid church, and how to rethink ministry in the digital realm. For research and resources on digital church, online engagement, and hybrid church, subscribe to Barna Access Plus today. Go to barna.com/digitalchurch to find out more.

Jim Sheppard and Christopher Harris

Jim Sheppard (CEO of Generis) and Christopher Harris (Executive Pastor at Crossover Church in Tampa, FL) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss church finances, stewardship and generosity during the pandemic.

Latasha Morrison

Latasha Morrison (author and founder of Be The Bridge) joins Carey and David as they unpack recent Barna data on race and discuss how church leaders can respond with a discipleship mindset when leading their people toward racial diversity and reconciliation.

Pete Scazzero

Pete Scazzero (founding pastor of New Life Church in Queens, NY and author of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality) joins Carey and David to discuss the pandemic’s impact on the mental and emotional health of leaders and congregants.

Dave Ferguson, Roy Helu Jr. and Glenn Lawson

Carey and David dive into the unique challenges of church multiplication in a pandemic with Dave Ferguson (Lead Pastor of Community Christian Church in the greater Chicago area and president of Exponential) and Roy Helu Jr. and Glenn Lawson (two church planters at CityLight Bennington in Omaha, NE).

Andy Crouch

Carey and David sit down with Andy Crouch to discuss meta trends, the long-term impact of the pandemic and how leaders and families can learn to be tech-wise in a hyper-digital world.

Andy Stanley

Andy Stanley, senior pastor of Northpoint Community Church in Alpharetta, GA, joins Carey Neiuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss Northpoint’s decision to reopen weekend services in 2021, the emotional impact of the pandemic on leaders and the long-term positive impact the Covid disruption can have on the Church.

Mark Batterson Part 2

Watch the episode today, August 31, 2020. Author and pastor Mark Batterson join Carey and David on this week’s episode of ChurchPulse Weekly as they discuss the latest trends and a variety of topics relevant to leading during a pandemic. Part 2 of 2.

Mark Batterson Part 1

Watch the episode from August 24, 2020. Author and pastor Mark Batterson join Carey and David on this week’s episode of ChurchPulse Weekly as they discuss the latest trends and a variety of topics relevant to leading during a pandemic. Part 1 of 2.

Leslie Mack and Shane Sanchez

Watch the episode from August 17, 2020. Carey and David are joined by Leslie Mack and Shane Sanchez to talk about doing youth ministry in an age of pandemic.

Kara Powell

Watch the episode from August 10, 2020. Carey, David and special guest Kara Powell (Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute) discuss back-to-school disruptions caused by the Covid surge, how parents, youth/kids pastors and educators have been impacted, and practical ideas to disciple the next generation in deeper ways in the midst of uncertainty.

Jon Tyson

Watch the episode from August 3, 2020. Jon Tyson, pastor of Church of the City in NYC, joins Carey and David as they discuss preaching in a time of disruption, the challenges of spiritual formation in the digital realm and innovative ways Jon’s church has made the best of the challenges of COVID.

Nona Jones

Watch the episode from July 27, 2020. Carey and David are joined by Nona Jones, author, speaker, pastor and head of Faith-Based Partnerships at Facebook.

Lysa TerKeurst

Watch the episode from July 20, 2020. Carey and David are joined by Lysa TerKeurst as they unpack the latest ChurchPulse data and talk about how vulnerability can transform the way one leads in crisis.

Derwin Gray and Darryn Scheske

Watch the episode from July 13, 2020. Carey and David dive into the latest pastor poll data with Derwin Gray (Transformation Church in Charlotte, NC) and Darryn Scheske (Heartland Church in Indianapolis, IN) and discuss the challenge of reopening church in the midst of the summer Covid spike and ongoing racial tensions.

Scott Sauls

Watch the episode from July 6, 2020. Carey and David unpack recent data about movement toward “hybrid church” – in person and digital –  joined by Scott Sauls, author and senior pastor at Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN.

Albert Tate and Nicole Martin – Part 2

Watch the episode from June 29, 2020. Carey and David are joined by Albert Tate and Nicole Martin in the second of a two-part conversation on racial justice and how pastors can listen, learn and lead well in this time of disruption.

Albert Tate and Nicole Martin

Watch the episode from June 22, 2020. Carey and David are joined by Albert Tate and Nicole Martin in the first of a two-part conversation on racial justice and how pastors can listen, learn and lead well in this time of disruption.

Levi and Jennie Lusko

Watch the episode from June 15, 2020. Carey and David were joined by Levi and Jennie Lusko to talk about how the pandemic has impacted their marriage and ministry, how they’re addressing racial reconciliation at church and in their home, and what they’re doing to make new church members feel welcome in a world where people are digitally participating in churches they don’t live close to.

Frank and Jessica Bealer

Watch the episode from June 8, 2020. Frank Bealer (CEO of Phase Family Centers, Chief of Staff at Mountain Lake Church and Executive Director of Leadership at Orange / The Rethink Group) and Jessica Bealer (Author, Speaker & Director of Family Ministry Services at Generis) join Carey Neiuwhof and David Kinnaman as they discuss the impact of the pandemic on kids and youth ministry.

Glenn Packiam and Adam Weber

Watch the episode from June 1, 2020. Carey and David review the latest ChurchPulse data and are joined by guests Glenn Packiam and Adam Weber to talk about the reopening of physical gatherings.

Rich Villodas and Dr. John Fankhauser

Watch the episode from May 26, 2020 for practical advice on re-launching physical gatherings, the mental health impact of Covid-19 and the opportunity for a more deeply formed life in the midst of crisis

John Mark Comer and Tish Harrison Warren

Watch the episode from May 18, 2020. Carey and David discuss the most recent ChurchPulse data and are joined by guests John Mark Comer and Tish Harrison Warren to talk about the rhythms of spiritual formation.

Thom Rainer and Myron Pierce

Watch the episode from May 11, 2020 with guests Thom Rainer and Myron Pierce

Mark Sayers

Watch the episode from May 4, 2020 with pastor, author and culture expert Mark Sayers.

Michael Todd, Jo Saxton and Skye Jethani

Watch the episode from April 27, 2020 featuring Michael Todd, Jo Saxton and Skye Jethani on best practices for digital discipleship.

Danielle Strickland and Kenny Jahng

Watch the episode from April 20, 2020 featuring Danielle Strickland and Kenny Jahng on measuring what matters.

Dr. Henry Cloud and Holly Wagner

Dr. Henry Cloud and church leader Holly Wagner (Oasis LA) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss the latest ChurchPulse Weekly trends and how the Church can rise to meet the mental, emotional and relational challenges their people are facing.

Bianca Juarez Olthoff and Jud Wilhite

This week’s guests, Bianca Juarez Olthoff (author and Co-Lead Pastor at The Father’s House in Orange County, CA) and Jud Wilhite (author and Senior Pastor of Central Christian Church in Las Vegas, NV) cover how church leaders can proactively minister to their communities in the midst of social distancing. You’ll also hear how pastors can prepare to preach a digital Easter message.

Bobby Gruenewald and Nona Jones

Bobby Gruenewald of YouVersion and Life Church along with Nona Jones from Facebook, join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman for an in-depth, unscripted and inspiring live webcast and podcast for those who lead. Waving data and faith into one story.

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